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May 22 2017   5:25PM GMT

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Lean processes

The seven wastes are categories of unproductive manufacturing practices. Continued…

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“Lean methodologies are centered around learning: from your customers, your data and from every line of code you build and put in front of customers.” – Christopher Ward

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